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Schools in the Spotlight

Schools in the Spotlight

The 2006 Hancock Middle-Senior High School yearbook has been chosen as a semi-finalist for the Yearbook Yearbook, a compilation of the finest school yearbooks published each year by the Taylor Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. Of more than 1,500 yearbooks published annually by Taylor, only 15 percent are nominated as semi-finalists, and fewer are chosen to be featured in the book.
A panel of expert judges from across the country considers covers, endsheets and spreads of all the nominated yearbooks when making determinations of the finalists.
The yearbook advisor at Hancock Middle-Senior High is Tonya Stafford and the 2006 yearbook editor was Jessica Himes.
Bester Elementary is starting a recycling program to earn cash for their school. Please send empty ink cartridges from your computer printers and laser toners to the school. Cartridges can be dropped off in the front office of the school during regular school hours.
The Mike Callas Stadium at North Hagerstown High School held a formal dedication of the new stadium on Thursday, November 2, 2006. The stadium will include a bronze bust, which is honoring the late Mike Callas, a well-known citizen, philanthropist, and community-supporter who died in 2004 at age 83.
Williamsport Elementary are sending care packages of necessities and cards, along with letters from students, to servicemen and women overseas in November.

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